International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | Indonesia | Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019

Pre-surgical Patient Safety Application Simulation at Binangkang Hospital, Kotamobagu, North Sulawesi

Henny Kasseger [2] | Abdul Hakim [12] | Eddy Widjajanto [2] | Jack Roebijoso [2]

Abstract: Datoe Binangkang Hospital is the only public hospital in Kotamobagu. This makes the Datoe Binangkang Hospital have an important role and great responsibility in implementing health practices. Based on the initial survey of this study, there are still many medical practices that still have not implemented patient safety goals properly. There is still dissatisfaction because of coordination and communication with patients so that misunderstandings arise. As the only general hospital in Kotamubagu, vital activities regarding surgery are often carried out in Datoe Binangkang Hospital, accreditation which is still in C value is a major obstacle in improving service to the community. Especially from the data obtained the events that occurred in the operating room and in Intansi Intensive Care were still high. Where there were 178 people recorded phlebitis in 2016 and the incidence of patients falling in 2017 was 39 people. This study aims to simulate the pre-surgical patient safety application in Datoe Binangkang Kotamubagu Hospital. This study has the following conclusions: 1) A clear phenomenon with changes in the management of new health services has provided the fact that there is an increase in success, which can be seen from indicators of health efforts in the implementation of safety and quality management.2) The profile of the number of prominent diseases treated in the hospital can be handled optimally so that the mortality rate can be reduced if the safety standards are applied correctly.3) Profile of employee performance can be improved through education and training. The cost of treatment and treatment borne by the patient can be reduced when there are no complications due to errors in medical treatment and infection.

Keywords: Pre-surgical, simulation

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019,

Pages: 1119 - 1121

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